Join the Rogue Basin Partnership and many of your partner organizations for the first annual Network of Networks (NxN) day-long gathering. With no talking heads or PowerPoints, this event will be an opportunity for you to listen, contribute, collaborate, and strategize on stewardship in the Rogue River Basin.
What We Do
RBP exists to help its member organizations work more collaboratively, strategically, efficiently and effectively in our collective efforts to conserve and restore the 3.3 million acre Rogue River Basin.
We provide our members “backbone” support through networking, coordinating, fundraising, grant administering, progress tracking, and celebrating collective successes.
Photo Credits: Top Slider
- Autumn Oaks, Kyle Strauss, Strauss Ecological Services
- Salmon Jumping at Rainie Falls, Jason Jaacks, Open Rivers Fund
- Fog in the Illinois Valley, Kyle Strauss, Strauss Ecological Services
- Camping on the Rogue River, Ben Watt, U.S. Forest Service
- Pedicuris densiflora, Kyle Strauss, Strauss Ecologial Services
- Scouting the Green Wall, Kyle Strauss, Strauss Ecological Services
- Sunset, Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument, Bureau of Land Management
Photo Credits: Flip Boxes
- Our Progress, Frank Lospalluto, CC BY-NC-ND 2.0, unedited
- Supporting Our Members, Jason Jaacks, Open Rivers Fund
- Our Featured Programs, Jason Jaacks, Open Rivers Fund
- Our Latest Project, City of Grants Pass
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